Solar Kit 7 "Tera" 7.3 kWp 48V

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  • Regular price R 197,485.73
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This product must be installed by a qualified electrician/technician. All installations must adhere to local wiring regulations and standards. Amperion - SunStore will not be held liable for any product malfunctions as a result of incorrectly installed systems.

      • 7.38 kWp Solar panels
      • 8 kVA Victron Multiplus-II inverter
      • 15 kWh Lithium (LiFePO4) battery
      • Victron MPPT 450/100 charge controller
      • Communication module

The Solar Kit 7 "Tera" is a 7.3 kWp solar system, a 8 kVA inverter, with an 15 kWh battery, roughly sufficient for a large household.

Grow your system
This solar kit is designed for you to expand you system in the future. All components can easily be added on later. An additional inverter can be connected in parallel, additional secondary batteries can be added later, and solar panels can be added as well.

The 16 panels that make up the kit will provide 16 x 450+ Wp or 7,3 Wp per hour - and if you get the full 5.5 sun hours a day, you will get about 32 kWh of power - sufficient to charge the 15 kWh battery every day and power some of the load.

Before you install a solar system, we strongly encourage you to try and lower your electricity consumption by using gas for heating water and cooking, LED lights, and using other energy efficient appliances. Have a look at our blog on 9 easy steps towards a home solar installation.

The 15 kWh battery will provide roughly 9 hours of battery backup under the same load 32 kWh. The less load you put on the system the longer the battery will last.

This 48 V kit is made up of, depending on availability:

- 16 x >450+ Wp Solar Panels
- Victron Mutiplus-II 48/8000/110-100/100 Inverter / Charger
high-quality i-G3N 15 kWh Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) battery
- Victron SmartSolar MPPT 450/100 charge controller
- Victron GX communication module

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